""A big part of the rulers' legitimacy is based on people's fear""
"All the governments need to channel these emotions somehow: they chose food."
Analyst, German Council on Foreign Relations
"The V4 states never acknowledged that for an EU-wide problem, there can be only an EU-wide solution"
" It's worth mentioning that Salbuturol is a good masking agent for other drugs possibly taken."
"If you don't handle the negative side of big data there is always a risk of a backlash"
EU Competition Commissioner
"Thanks for the congrats, everyone! Much love to my #InsecureHBO family & congrats to the other nominees! #GoldenGlobes"
Star of TV's "Insecure"
Traffic and data on wireless networks could be corrupted by close-by hackers, say Belgian researchers
Sunny Morocco seems like the ideal place to produce solar power.
This technology seems perfect for arid regions The solar light is free The power plants take relatively little space The problem is dust Washing the mirrors takes precious water Water usage has to be
The threat posed by plastic waste was highlighted at the 'Our Ocean' Conference in Malta
A study has revealed that onboard technologies are distracting drivers for up to 40 seconds at a time.
In this edition of Futuris, we’re off to northern Israel, to meet scientists working on a European project aimed at developing the perfect tomato: it would require 90 % less irrigation than ordinary v
Look tasty, don´t they?
Will oysters be able to survive climate change and the expected rise of water temperatures in seas and oceans across the globe?
Do you like carp… yes or no?
Grave dating back three millenia contains statues, jeweller, and mummies in find that could rekindle Egypt's tourism industry.
Mummies are suffering the impact of climate change, researchers say, as they apply for UNESCO special heritage status.
Engineers in Portugal are testing an autonomous robot that they claim will increase productivity in vineyards
Sea Shepherd to halt activity in Southern Ocean.
By filtering sea water through their pores, deep-sea sponges recycle waste and produce valuable nutrients for other marine organisms.
Are sponges the most mysterious organism on Earth?
An unmanned submersible has taken a deep-sea lander over a kilometre beneath the South China Sea to study the environment.
Studies in six European locations are looking at the impact of climate change on water supply, so that we can improve our understanding of what to expect, and how to respond.
We’re going inside a place so clean and spotless that paper, pencils or make-up aren’t allowed inside.
This is one of the cleanest clean rooms in
Many European regions are experiencing climate change effects.